Movie Stars and McCarthy Salads: The Beverly Hills Hotel Turns 100

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Opened by Hollywood hotelier Margaret Anderson in 1912, the Beverly Hills Hotel brought wealth, glamour, and real estate cachet to what was then an area with six homes and fields of lima beans. Robert S. Anderson, Margaret’s great-grandson and author of The Beverly Hills Hotel: The First 100 Years, shares photos and stories from the local legend’s past as it celebrates its centennial.

 
Photographs courtesy The Beverly Hills Hotel
 

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  1. Damon Guilfoyle

    September 19, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    This Hotel stands out as one of the most iconic hotels in the world. The history and beauty given to the Los Angeles people is a treasure we will value forever.